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Cumulus "In Your Language" Multi Lingual Translation Expands To 11 Languages

Last week, Nitecruzr Dot Net and RobertosBlogs Dot Net together announced the new Cumulus "In Your Language" non English translator gadget, which support blogs published in any of 7 different non English languages. Now, we have added 4 more languages - Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Japanese, and Portuguese - to the supported population.

If your blog is published in any of these languages, you can now provide dynamic translation of your blog or website, by your readers, into any of the other languages, using the Google Translator engine.
We hope to add additional languages, as need and resources become available. And, we'll add to the target languages, for all source languages, as Google expands the base of their translation engine.

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nice post, i want to make the comment form transliteration ready , how to do it.
i tried with transliteration script but failed to make. how good if people comment in their own languages. please help me how to apply transliteration javascript on comment form textarea id ?

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